10110001

ComNav Commander P2 Autopilot

ComNav Commander P2 Autopilot

Description

The ComNav Commander P2 Autopilot is fully compatible with onboard NMEA instruments and most steering systems.

Features

  • Auto Learning Using Intelligent Steering Technology
  • Auto Setup: Automatic Drive Detection, Automatic Pilot Calibration, And Automatic Compass Compensation
  • Auto Sea State Adjustment For Reliability In All Weather Conditions
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Details

Features:

  • Sunlight Viewable TFT LCD or silver backed high contrast monochrome LCD
  • Work Mode - Superbly suited for professional performance on vessels requiring ultimate rudder response
  • Adjustments can be made "on the fly"
  • Advanced Power Features include automatic helm bias, automatic leeway control for minimizing course errors due to wind and tide
  • Proportional Rate Control to provide gentle smooth response at fast cruising speeds
  • NAV Mode provides adaptive precise track steering
  • NMEA 0183 input/output ports
  • Quick Turn Selection - continuous circle, U-turn, Emergency MOB to steer the Williamson-Recovery turn
  • FISH ZAG to allow the sport fisher to mimic the actions of live prey more closely
  • Simple touch 8 button illuminated keypad
  • Multi-language capability configurable in English, French, Italian, Spanish and Icelandic
  • Universal Mount - surface mount, flush mount or bracket mount
  • Waterproof - Control head to commercial grade IP67 standards
  • CE compliance for EMI and RFI immunity
  • Extended 3 year warranty
  • 9 level backlit LCD display
  • Colour head gives you Red Night Vision mode for comfortable viewing in all conditions
  • Pre-defined parameter sets for full or semi-displacement, planning hulls, stern drives and sailboats
  • Multiple steering capability for Fast, Slow and Work modes
  • Simple to use course knob with mechanical detent
  • Multi-station capability with security station lock
  • Automatic trim
  • Adjustable yaw, turn rate and rudder settings
  • PORT and STBD dodge buttons for collision avoidance
  • Output for optional analog rudder angle indicator, up to 4 stations
  • Versatile Wind Mode for excellent sailboat steering


Dimensions:

  • Control head (surface mount w/o knob): 6.1 x 4.5 x 1.2 inches (155 x 113 x 29mm). Cable 25' Head to SPU
  • Single Processing Unit: 10.2 x 7.3 x 2.9 inches (257 x 184 x 73mm)
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